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Study big data
The Graduate Diploma in Computational Analytics for the Social Sciences and Humanities (CDASH) is open to all faculties.
ChatGPT - is it coming for your job?
Economics Professor Joel Blit provides insight in an interview on CBC's The National.
Iuliia Nesterova, PhD Candidate, Economics
Our own Iuliia Nesterova, PhD candidate in Economics, explains her conspicuous consumption theses and "Keeping up with the Joneses' in an interview.
Margaret Insley named CREEA | ACERE Fellow
Congratulations to Economics Faculty member Margaret Insley for being inducted as a Fellow to the CREEA |ACERE! Created in 2020, the title of CREEA|ACERE Fellow is conferred upon individuals who have advanced the profession of environmental and resource economics and made significant contributions to CREEA|ACERE and its operations.